Angang Dong spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Nanocrystal, Fabrication, Mineralogy and Colloid. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Semiconductor and Caesium. His Nanocrystal research integrates issues from Monolayer, Self-assembly, Dispersity, Superlattice and Metamaterial.
His Superlattice study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical physics and Crystal growth. His studies deal with areas such as Nanoscopic scale and Transmission electron microscopy as well as Colloid. His Nanoscopic scale research includes themes of Surface modification and Particle size.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Nanocrystal, Superlattice, Nanoparticle and Mesoporous material. His work in Nanotechnology addresses issues such as Colloid, which are connected to fields such as Surface modification. His research integrates issues of Nanoscopic scale, Perovskite, Doping and Photoluminescence in his study of Nanocrystal.
The Superlattice study combines topics in areas such as Monolayer, Epitaxy and Thin film. His Nanoparticle research focuses on subjects like Dispersity, which are linked to Nanocrystalline material. His study in the field of Mesoporous silica is also linked to topics like Zirconium phosphate, Inorganic chemistry and Microporous material.
His main research concerns Nanoparticle, Anode, Mesoporous material, Nanocrystal and Nanotechnology. His Nanoparticle research integrates issues from Self-assembly, Coating, Superlattice and Microsphere. His study looks at the relationship between Superlattice and fields such as Monolayer, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Anode study incorporates themes from Electrochemistry and Lithium-ion battery. Angang Dong has included themes like Doping, Photoluminescence and Cluster in his Nanocrystal study. His Nanotechnology research incorporates elements of Colloid and Crystal structure.
His primary areas of investigation include Lithium-ion battery, Anode, Nanoparticle, Mesoporous material and Nanocrystal. In Lithium-ion battery, Angang Dong works on issues like Electrochemistry, which are connected to Lithium. Angang Dong performs multidisciplinary study on Mesoporous material and Density functional theory in his works.
His Nanocrystal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Relaxation, Doping, Crystallography, Photon and Photoluminescence. Superlattice and Nanotechnology are fields of study that intersect with his Tungsten study. His studies in Superlattice integrate themes in fields like Graphene and Nanostructure.
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Binary nanocrystal superlattice membranes self-assembled at the liquid–air interface
Angang Dong;Jun Chen;Patrick M. Vora;James M. Kikkawa.
A generalized ligand-exchange strategy enabling sequential surface functionalization of colloidal nanocrystals.
Angang Dong;Xingchen Ye;Jun Chen;Yijin Kang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Solution-liquid-solid growth of semiconductor nanowires.
Fudong Wang;Angang Dong;Jianwei Sun;Rui Tang.
Inorganic Chemistry (2006)
Zeolitic Tissue Through Wood Cell Templating
Angang Dong;Yajun Wang;Yi Tang;Nan Ren.
Advanced Materials (2002)
General synthesis of mesoporous spheres of metal oxides and phosphates.
Angang Dong;Nan Ren;Yi Tang;Yajun Wang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Generalized colloidal synthesis of high-quality, two-dimensional cesium lead halide perovskite nanosheets and their applications in photodetectors.
Longfei Lv;Yibing Xu;Hehai Fang;Wenjin Luo.
Hollow Zeolite Capsules: A Novel Approach for Fabrication and Guest Encapsulation
Angang Dong;Yajun Wang;Yi Tang;Nan Ren.
Chemistry of Materials (2002)
Two-dimensional binary and ternary nanocrystal superlattices: the case of monolayers and bilayers.
Angang Dong;Xingchen Ye;Jun Chen;Christopher B Murray.
Nano Letters (2011)
Fabrication of compact silver nanoshells on polystyrene spheres through electrostatic attraction
A. G. Dong;Y. J. Wang;Y. Tang;N. Ren.
Chemical Communications (2002)
Solution-liquid-solid (SLS) growth of ZnSe-ZnTe quantum wires having axial heterojunctions.
Angang Dong;Fudong Wang;Tyrone L. Daulton;William E. Buhro.
Nano Letters (2007)
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